Places to Propose in Dallas
Dallas has so much to offer! It’s an energetic city with a growing arts scene and unique pockets of rich culture, interesting architecture and natural beauty. Explore Dallas’ lesser-known artsy side, and you’ll find the perfect spot for a romantic proposal. If you’re not yet sure where to propose, these ideas will put you on the right track.
11 Best Places To Propose in Dallas, TX
1. Bluebonnet Fields in the Spring Time
Bluebonnet Fields (also known as Lupins to other parts of the world) are a sight to see during the Spring time in Texas. As the state flower of Texas, Bluebonnets can be found cascading along highways and sprawling across fields as a result of Lady Bird Johnson’s campaign encouraging states across the U.S. to plant native flower species. This can be an impromptu outing, or you can do a little more research to plan for the perfect spot to propose among the Bluebonnets. Make sure to bring a camera because you won’t want to miss your partner’s reaction when you show them their diamond engagement ring from My Trio Rings!
2. Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Explore this 66 acre Arboretum & Garden situated along the shoreline of White Rock Lake in Dallas, TX and consider this location for a romantic wedding proposal. These gardens have been internationally recognized for their beauty, and offer a beautiful, floral and whimsical backdrop. Though this location can get a bit crowded, the more you explore, the more you will find options for a private, intimate setting among the gardens.
3. Klyde Warren Park
To escape the hustle and bustle of the city streets, steel away to the Klyde Warren Park, located in the city of Dallas. This is a wonderful location that offers a number of free activities and sights to see. Explore the 5.2 acre park, strolling the pathways to find where you would like to propose. From the chess tables, to the butterfly garden, there is truly something for everyone!
4. Reunion Tower
This quintessential Dallas landmark is the perfect backdrop for a Dallas Proposal. The wand-like tower, also referred to as “The Ball” stands 561 feet above the city. If you would like to climb up the tower with your partner, make your way up to the GeoDeck, at 460 feet above the city, to revel in the 360 degree views of the city of Dallas. You can go as far as to schedule a private viewing experience on the GeoDeck, as the sun sets over the city, to have an intimate and breathtaking wedding proposal above the city of Dallas.
5. Trinity Overlook Park
One of the best parts of any city is stepping outside of it to look back at it’s skyline. On the west side of the Trinity River, enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the city of Dallas from the Trinity Overlook Park. Wait until golden hour, when the sun is setting and the sky turns to a golden medley of colors. At this moment, the setting will be perfect to ask your partner to spend the rest of your lives together and present to them the solitaire diamond engagement ring you so carefully selected.
6. West 7th Street Bridge
Take a romantic walk across the the uniquely designed, wave-inspired West 7th Street Bridge. From the bridge, you will have beautiful views of downtown Dallas. This is the perfect location for an urban wedding proposal.
7. White Rock Lake Park
White Rock Lake Park has over 1000 acres to explore with the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. The park is filled with cyclists, people picnicking, runners and walkers. There are a variety of locations within the park to visit such as a bird watching area, a cultural center and a museum to enjoy during your day at the park. Take your pick of the attractions at this location, and plan a memorable wedding proposal.
8. Stroll & Savor
Public ArtWalk Dallas is a free, self-guided tour of art and architecture that spans 3.3 miles throughout the Arts District and downtown Dallas. Download a map, research pieces that interest you, then take a walk with you sweetheart. Propose with a diamond engagement ring in front of your favorite piece of art, whether it’s Fountain Place or the Cathedral Mural.
9. Art for the Heart
The Dallas Arts District is the largest in the country, with 68 acres and 19 contiguous blocks. Spend an evening exploring its nooks and crannies, stopping by museum exhibitions, churches, restaurants and performance halls. For a more detailed look at Dallas’ architectural history, sign up for a 90-minute walking tour that will guide you through the 1890s until present day. Grab a cup of coffee or a bite to eat at a café or restaurant after your tour, and pop the question over dessert.
10. Garden of Delight
Escape the busy city and enter the magical world of Nasher Sculpture Center. The center is composed of a 10,000 indoor gallery space and a 1.5 acre outdoor “roofless museum.” Head to the garden, a peaceful oasis in the middle of the Dallas Arts District, featuring live oaks, weeping willows, stone pathways, pools, fountains and 25 large-scale sculptures. Find a quiet spot ideal for your romantic proposal.
11. Gondola Romance
Plan a Venetian-inspired proposal – complete with a charming gondola ride – like college sweethearts Phill and Natalie. Phill knew Natalie was the one for him from the very first time they met, and he decided the time to propose was right while they were vacationing in Dallas with their two best friends. Some of their happiest times together had been on the water – on a boat, along a river or by the ocean – so Phill wanted to incorporate that element into his proposal.
He worked with Paparazzi Proposals to set up a gondola ride in Dallas for the two of them (while their friends claimed to be getting food, but were actually watching nearby with confetti ready). In a peaceful, intimate moment, while they were gliding over the water in the gondola, Phill proposed with a diamond engagement ring. Natalie was completely surprised, and the happy couple celebrated with their friends after she said “yes.”
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